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Rialto Bridge (Italian: Ponte di Rialto) is one of the oldest bridges that spans the Grand Canal of the Italian city of Venice at its shortest part and connecting city districts of San Marco and San Polo. Praised for its ageless looks and incredible tourist appeal, this bridge represents the best of what medieval renaissance Italy has managed to achieve.
Iron Bridge of Shropshire is famous for being the first bridge created only from cast iron. Connecting the two sides of large Severn Gorge, this bridge served as the icon of the early English industrial revolution, one of the largest touristic destinations of the Shropshire region, and the inspiration for the creation of many other bridges that fully or partially use cast iron.
Pont du Gard is large, three-tiered, Ancient Roman aqueduct bridge, which continues to stand tall for two millennia, showcasing to the world not only architectural feats of our ancestors but also the entire history of France. Today, this cultural heritage site represents one of the most popular tourist destinations in entire France.
Bridge of Sighs is one of the most notable bridges in the magnificent city of Venice. Built as a stylish connection point between city’s court and nearby prison building, the fame of this much-copied bridge eventually transferred form the stories of freedom to the myths of eternal romance.